The Georgia Museum of Art has received two honorable mentions from AAM’s 2019 Museum Publications Design Competition: Clinton Hill and Vernacular Modernism: The Photography of Doris Ulmann.
William U. Eiland, museum director and author of Clinton Hill, remarked, “We at the Georgia Museum of Art have been extraordinarily pleased to have our exhibitions and publications receive awards from peer professional organizations. It is certainly satisfying to be recognized for the quality of our work, but it is especially encouraging to have our regional and national colleagues award our efforts. These honors are reflections of the dedication, the hard work and the high standards of the staff in developing and presenting our projects. Their commitment to our mission inspires me, as do these awards.” [ArtDaily]